Back-to-Back Wins at MBA Games for Team Schulich
This past weekend, Team Schulich represented our School at the 34th annual MBA Games, hosted online by the Schulich School of Business.
Considered the largest MBA competition in Canada, this year’s three-day competition featured over 280 students from 16 MBA programs across the country competing in Academic, Athletic and Spirit challenges for the coveted Queen’s Cup. The theme for this year’s event was “Unity – Embracing and Valuing Differences”.
Under the strong leadership of Deanna Galati (MBA ’22), Team Schulich performed consistently across all categories.
“I am so proud of what this team accomplished over the last three months and how everyone worked together in an online environment,” said Galati. “Everyone contributed to creating a supportive environment throughout the process which truly made for a strong team and unforgettable experience.”
Schulich finished in first place overall, ending up first in Academics and Athletics, as well as 4th in the Spirit Category.
“Deanna and the whole team did an outstanding job,” said Team Coach and Marketing Instructor Joe Fayt. “They brought their A Game to everything, all term, and represented Schulich as true ambassadors.”
Team members included:
This marks the third time in the last five years that Schulich has won the Queen’s Cup, continuing a long tradition of excellence at this national competition – one that has seen Schulich finishing in 1st place more often than any other school. Schulich has consistently placed among the top three schools in the country a remarkable 19 times over the past 20 years.